Wednesday, June 20, 2007

on Camelia Street




I haven't had much free time lately but will be back in full force in a few days. This sign made me think of NowCamille and how great her space is. This flower is for you Camille.

13 comments:

Camille said...

Thank you so much! I love daisies. This seems an unusual looking daisy, is it in fact a daisy? The foilage looks like the shasta daisy, but the flower petals are somewhat different.

Oh, and by the way, I spotted Nimble of Thrace the other day and he paused long enough for me to snap a photo of him which I posted on Flckr

http://www.flickr.com/photos/cammomilecafe/561393735/

Interesting sweet little fellow he was... gentle and timid and then gone like the wind!

Camille

Princess Haiku said...

This flower looks too fancy to me to be a daisy. -you think?

a Nimble of Thrace sighting has me off to visit.

mystic rose said...

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Cergie said...

We are all so busy now, I don't know why. I notice that it is always the case in summer !
Camille is a French given name too. There are Camille boys and Camille girls !
Camélia (camellia) is such a beautiful spring flower...

Lianne said...

Beautiful. There is a peace here at your place that makes me want to linger.

BoggyWoggy said...

Even in the midst of "busy," stopping for a moment to check out your site is always worth it!

Zazie said...

Good morning Princess,

How are you?
I'm fine but I haven't got much free time in this period.
I have to study hard... I hope in better times!:o)

Have a nice day and have a nice summer!

Love from Zazie.

d. chedwick bryant said...

I wish every Main Street in America could be renamed
Camelia Street.

Gypsy Purple said...

Thanks for the link...I really like her blog

Shaji.k said...

Hi, Had a glance at your blog. will return to read it in depth. very interesting entries. the entire page with flowers, foilage and trees, made me feel I was in a garden. and the feeling was sensous, not verbal. thanks.

Digital Flower Pictures said...

I hope to see the Camellia collection today at Planting Fields in New York. That is a Shasta Daisy all right and a fully double one at that. It could any one of numerous cultivars with double flowers.

Princess Haiku said...

Thanks dig... had no idea Shasta Daisy's were so divine.

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